Boxborough, Mass – Geocomp Corporation, a leader in identifying and managing underground risks associated with the design, construction and operation of wide-ranging public and private works projects, has recently expanded their Boxborough offices to accommodate rapid growth and additional team members.
Having previously utilized 14,000 square feet of space at their Boxborough location, Geocomp has recently renovated and expanded their offices another 6,000 square feet, to occupy the entire building.
“We’ve gained significant international recognition over the last several years, which, coupled with the development of our new state-of-the-art, real-time on-site monitoring system, iSite, has helped to fuel our rapid growth,” explained W. Allen Marr, President and CEO of Geocomp Corporation.
Well-established in the U.S., Geocomp’s client base includes Lawrence Livermore National Lab at the University of California and other universities and the U.S. Corp of Engineers as well as other government agencies and private labs. International clients include Engineering Centre Of Urals Energetic in Russia and others in Korea, China, Brazil and Vietnam.
Technologies to Manage Risk for Infrastructure
Established in 1982, Geocomp Corporation helps clients identify and manage risks associated with the construction and operation of infrastructure. A technology-based company, Geocomp focuses on identifying and applying the most appropriate technologies to help clients manage risk cost effectively.
Geocomp’s Consulting, Lab Systems, Field Systems and GeoTesting services provide clients with a comprehensive understanding of the underground conditions and potential hazards below the surface to effectively minimize the risks of worker and public safety, construction delays, additional costs and damage to property. The company’s full range of solutions include: analysis methods to identify and quantify significant sources of risk; materials testing to reduce uncertainty in structural behavior; development of client specific software and hardware solutions; and real-time WEB-based monitoring to reduce consequences of unexpected performance.
From the “Big Dig” Central Artery/Tunnel in Boston, Massachusetts to the Metro subway in Athens, Greece to the Woodrow Wilson Bridge in Washington, D.C. and the Tonen Refinery in Kawasaki, Japan, Geocomp’s team of engineers has more than 100 years of combined experience in helping clients identify, manage and mitigate underground risk.
Geocomp Corporation is headquartered in Boxborough, MA. For additional information about the company, please visit the website, www.geocomp.com, or contact (978) 635-0012.